This volume presents a collection of chapters by top researchers reporting the new child witness research being conducted today.
Bottoms, Goodman, Preface. Fivush, Developmental Perspectives on Autobiographical Recall. Pipe, Gee, Wilson, Cues, Props, and Context: Do They Facilitate Children's Events Reports? Boat, Everson, The Use of Anatomical Dolls in Sexual Abuse Evaluations: Current Research and Practice. Geiselman, Saywitz, Bornstein, Effects of Cognitive Questioning Techniques on Children's Recall Performance. Yuille, Hunter, Joffe, Zaparniuk, Interviewing Children in Sexual Abuse Cases. Saywitz, Snyder, Improving Children's Testimony with Preparation. Bussey, Lee, Grimbeck, Lies and Secrets: Implications for Children's Reporting of Sexual Abuse. Leippe, Manion, Romanczyk, Discernability or Discrimination?: Understanding Jurors' Reactions to Accurate and Inaccurate Child and Adult Eyewitnesses. Isquith, Levin, Scheiner, Blaming the Child: Attribution of Responsibility to Victims of Child Sexual Abuse. Bottoms, Individual Differences in Perceptions of Child Sexual Abuse. Runyan, The Emotional Impact of Societal Intervention into Child Abuse. Flin, Hearing and Testing Children's Evidence. Batterman-Faunce, Goodman, Effects of Context on the Accuracy and Suggestibility of Child Witnesses.